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Cinebook Ltd is a British publishing company that publishes comic albums and graphic novels. It describes itself as "the 9th art publisher," the 9th art being comics in continental Europe, especially France, Belgium and Italy.
They typically translate Franco-Belgian comics – predominantly originating from the Franco-Belgian comic publishers Dargaud, Dupuis and Le Lombard – into English and have also issued an original series about the French Queen Marguerite de Valois, also known as Queen Margot. Cinebook works with a team of translators, including native speakers of French, British English and American English.
So far, the company has published, or plans to publish, the following comic series:
a vindication of his work to make an important part of French culture available in the English-speaking world through Cinebook, as the ambassador himself noted when noting the publisher had now printed twice as many Lucky Luke books in the last three years as had been published in the previous fifty.
Cinebook have often been criticized by consumers for the fact that many of their releases are censored from the original works, a practise which usually affects comics which depict nudity, including books which in their original form were released for adult target audiences with an appropriate age rating.
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- Birch, Paul (November 1, 2011). "Cinebook Publisher Receives French National Order of Merit". Speech Balloons. Birmingham Mail. Retrieved November 25, 2011.
- Briggs, Jeremy (November 17, 2013). "A French Artist's View of Cinebook Censorship". DownTheTubes.net. Retrieved February 22, 2017.